Did you know: If a statue in the park of a person on a horse has both front legs in the air, the person died in battle. If the horse has one front leg in the air the person died as a result of wounds received in battle. If the horse has all four legs on the ground, the person died of natural causes.
These are some of our favorite statues...in no specific order this time...
Melting Cow Popsicle, Budapest
Makes you wonder!
Eating a Biscuit together
Located in Seoul, Korea
Front of the Bukcheon Museum.
Sculptor is Ku BomJu.
Location: Seoul, Korea
Now thats a mouthful!
Artist: Jon Beinart
Best watch where you are walking in this garden.
Can you imagine the time it takes to do just one of these delicate egg statues?!
Do KNOT run!
This statue, located in Bratislava, Slovakia features a man leaning on his arms with the upper part of his body extending out of a manhole in the street. Named Cumil, the sculpture is intended to be a reconstruction of Korzo or the old city of Bratislava, who is just watching the people and the life of the street.
It's Alive and hatching!
The passing - Wroclaw, Poland
Just fork it huh! This fork is in front of the Noble & Associates Building in Springfield, Missouri. It isn't or wasn't intended as art, it was placed there for the employees that walk in daily. However, once people find out where it is, they visit.